Mittelhorn

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Mittelhorn
Wetterhorn2.jpg
Mittelhorn between the Rosenhorn (left) and Wetterhorn (right)
Highest point
Elevation3,704 m (12,152 ft)
Prominence579 m (1,900 ft) [1]
Parent peakFinsteraarhorn
Coordinates46°38′06.4″N 8°07′29.7″E / 46.635111°N 8.124917°E / 46.635111; 8.124917Coordinates: 46°38′06.4″N 8°07′29.7″E / 46.635111°N 8.124917°E / 46.635111; 8.124917
Geography
Mittelhorn is located in Switzerland
Mittelhorn
Mittelhorn
Location in Switzerland
LocationBern, Switzerland
Parent rangeBernese Alps
Climbing
First ascent9 July 1845 by Kaspar Abplanalp, Melchior Bannholzer, Hans Jaun and Stanhope Templeman Speer
Easiest routerock/snow/ice climb

The Mittelhorn (3,704 m) is a peak in the Swiss Alps close to the village of Grindelwald. It is the highest of the three composing the Wetterhorner massif.

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  1. ^ Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is the Lauteraarsattel (3,125 m).

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